I don’t know about you, but we are trying to keep calm and carry on (my Nana was from Liverpool and so very English). Why are we keeping calm and carrying on? All of Team Grundler is in school now, with three of the family experiencing new schools. We now have a high school freshman and newly minted middle schooler, and Matt is now just at one excellent middle school instead of splitting middle school and high school. So much change and so many scary things (like navigatin
#Refle Week one of Reflect 31 was harder than we thought this year, with all our back-to-school professional learning, classroom prep, meetings (lots of meetings), and of course trying to get our three kids ready to go back to, we didn’t post each day. In fact, we’re just doing our best to meet all the demands of being parents, educators, podcasters, etc. while trying to be safe and keep others safe with rising Covid rates. So hopefully, you’re like us and just trying to be
31 Days of mindful reflection, sharing, and connecting tailored to educators as they begin a new school year.
How to participate: Follow @creativitydept on Twitter or Instagram or FB for a daily reflection question and/or quote. Reflect on the short question. Post and share your response with the tag #Reflect31 Read, follow and build new relationships with fellow educators. Share with your local colleagues to have discussions in your collaborative teams or professional lear
On July 29th, Team Grundler hosted a #K12ArtChat Twitter chat and kicked off #Reflect31: 31 Days of mindful reflection, sharing, and connecting tailored to educators as they begin a new school year. This topic has been near and dear to our hearts since 2015 when we first started our annual reflection challenge. As we have been riding the rollercoaster of life all summer (really the past 20+ months), right alongside you all and it’s made us even more passionate about the #R